Clive, New Zealand
The decommissioned Catholic church in Clive
|Territorial authority||Hastings District|
The town, which has a population of 1764 at the 2013 census, is part of the Hastings district. It was named (like many of the towns in the vicinity) after a prominent person from imperial India, in this case Robert Clive, better known as "Clive of India". The name was given by John Curling.
The town of Clive is mainly rural, yet with the increasing number of people moving into Hawke's Bay, and Clive being at the meeting point of Hastings and Napier, new subdivisions are being built to accommodate the growing population.
The town has two marae. Kohupātiki Marae and Tanenuiarangi meeting house are a meeting place of the Ngāti Kahungunu hapū of Ngati Hōri and Ngāti Toaharapaki. Matahiwi Marae and Te Matau a Māui meeting house are a meeting place of the Ngāti Kahungunu hapū of Ngāti Hāwea and Ngāti Kautere.
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